There are a wide variety of events held in Provo throughout the year. Provo is a very active community that holds tons of events. There are three different kinds of events in Provo City:
These are events that are not sponsored by Provo City. Instead these are large scale activities put on by a third party. These event require an application process with the city for a Special Events License.
Events sponsored by Provo City. These are events that are made to strengthen our community. There are unique events every year in addition to our long running annual events.
Provo City is lucky enough to have its own theater for performing arts. They host a variety of events from local performances to large scale performances of well known bands.
07:00 PM Thinking with Cartoons with Nathan Hale
Thinking with Cartoons with Nathan Hale
Friday, November 2
In this limited-enrollment workshop, Nathan Hale will guide creators through the process of writing comics and graphic novels.
Tickets will be available online beginning October 19.
11:00 AM Making Comics with Nathan Hale
Making Comics with Nathan Hale
Saturday, November 3
11:00 am - Nathan Hale, the best-selling author/illustrator of NATHAN HALE'S HAZARDOUS TALES, will talk about how to make a graphic novel. Tickets required.
12:00 - 2:00 pm - workshops with local artists, crafts and games for kids, book signing by Nathan Hale, and more. Tickets required.
02:00 PM NaNoWriMo Come Write In
NaNoWriMo Come Write In
Saturday, November 3
Kick off National Novel Writing Month with the Provo City Library! Get your word count up and win fun prizes with word sprints and challenges.
07:00 PM AuthorLink with Kathryn Purdie
AuthorLink with Kathryn Purdie
Tuesday, November 6
Join author Kathryn Purdie for the release of FROZEN REIGN, the heart-stopping finale to the #1 New York Times bestselling BURNING GLASS trilogy.
This is a free event; no tickets required.
07:00 PM AuthorLink with Shannon Messenger
AuthorLink with Shannon Messenger
Friday, November 9
Don't miss Shannon Messenger, bestselling author of the KEEPER OF THE LOST CITIES series, as she talks about her latest book, FLASHBACK.
Tickets for this event will be available online beginning Friday, October 26th at 9:00 am. Books will be on sale courtesy of the King's English Book Shop.
07:00 PM Introduction to Ukulele for Teens
Introduction to Ukulele for Teens
Wednesday, November 14
Banish the cold weather blues with the sound of the islands. Come join us for a fun introduction to the ukulele for teens. You can bring your own instrument or use one provided by the Library.
07:00 PM Family STEAM Night: Kaleidoscopes
Family STEAM Night: Kaleidoscopes
Wednesday, November 28
Families, come learn about optics and refraction as we make kaleidoscopes together.
Materials available while supplies last; depending on attendance, we may limit supplies to one kaleidoscope per family.
04:00 PM Greatest Photos of the American West
Greatest Photos of the American West
October 1 - December 31
Throughout its 130-year history, National Geographic has published photographs of the American West that support and defy romantic notions of the land and its peoples. The images in this exhibition offer a broad understanding of a region that has long captivated photographers.
The Greatest Photographs of the American West is organized and traveled by the National Geographic Society.
This exhibit is free; no tickets required.